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December 17, 2003

MPEG4 XMT tutorial

After my own tutorial on using XMT (XMT-O, actually, a SMIL derivative) and BIFS to author interactive MPEG4 videos (along with the accompanying MPEG4 tutorial article), I found this excellent primer on using XMT-A  to create simple MPEG4 scenes.  XMT-A is lower-level than XMT-O - more control and flexibility, but more complex and more code to write, too.

The author, Jean Le Feuvre, has created a good MPEG4 reference site around the GPAC project - a GNU-licensed implementation that will:

at term provide a 2D/3D core player, complete MPEG-4 Systems encoders and publishing tools for content distribution.

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